Paducah & Louisville's saluting our veterans and troops
GP40-3's wait for their next assignment.
A relatively new SD70IAC leads a coal empty back to the mines for a refill at Waddy.
NS and CP power leads a northbound train over the Falls of the Ohio as it enters Indiana from Kentucky.
NS 4003 leads westbound auto rack train 276 by New Albany.
Clinchfield 800 owned by the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum leads the C&O 2716 away from Winchester as it eventually heads for Ravenna. The 2716 owned by the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Hav... (more)
R.J. Corman power leads CRR 800 and the C&O 2716 east towards Midway for an eventual overnight stay in Lexington.
With the Pennsylvania Heritage unit up front NS 223 heads east for Danville before heading south to Atlanta.
Night photo session at the Kentucky Railway Museum
with the C&O 2716 as prepares for its trip to eastern Kentucky and a new life.
After making a pickup from the NS in Louisville LIRC's northbound JXTR heads back to its Jeffersonville yard.
Corman's empty aluminum train heads for home rails as it departs Louisville.
With its Northern Pacific inspired paint scheme French Lick Scenic GP9 465 has completed its 1 PM excursion as it heads back to the house.
LIRC power takes a break while a thunderstorm brews to the east.
Westbound NS rack train 26W nears Huntingburg as it passes a marsh just east of town.
Northbound Q206 heads for Indy over LIRC rails with a SD40-2 leader.
I suppose this would be an appropriate locomotive to post on the Fourth of July. CSX 1776 poses for a few photographers at Spencer. Happy 243rd Birthday America.